"From a technical point of view the game doesn't do anything ground-breaking, with the large bosses being the highlight of an otherwise drab looking game. There's the odd bout of slowdown too, which is a tad disappointing. But this doesn't matter. In a similar, but nowhere near as extreme, way to Earth Defence Force 2017, the sheer scale of the encounters make up for any shortcomings. Ninja Blade has the added advantage of not being bad looking; it's just not all that inspiring. Oh, and the voice acting and in-game acting is verging on terrible, but it shouldn't come as a huge surprise to find out that this suits the game rather well."